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GP, 47, took her own life after ‘unbearable pressure of the job finally got to her’


A GP took her own life after the pressures of her job became ‘overwhelming’, her husband has said – as he paid tribute to a ‘wonderful, beautiful and bananas wife, mother and doctor’. 

Dr Gail Milligan, a partner at Camberley Health Centre in Surrey, was found dead in woodland by a search team last week after she had been missing for nearly 24 hours.

Her husband, Christopher, wrote on Facebook that ‘the unbearable pressure of her job finally got to her’, adding: ‘We are in no doubt that the job made her ill.’

He originally shared the message in a Facebook group but it has since been widely shared on Twitter after he gave permission for it to be made public. 

Dr Gail Milligan, a partner at Camberley Health Centre in Surrey, was found dead in woodland by a search team last week after she had been missing for nearly 24 hours

Dr Gail Milligan, a partner at Camberley Health Centre in Surrey, was found dead in woodland by a search team last week after she had been missing for nearly 24 hours

Describing his wife, a 47-year-old mother to boys, as ‘the best of us’, he wrote: ‘Her job as a partner at a GP surgery became overwhelming. Especially…



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